Victron Energy AC Current Sensor Single Phase MAX 40A CSE000100000
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The Victron Energy AC Current sensor is a simple external current sensor used to measure AC Current, Power (VA) and calculate energy of a PV Inverter connected to the AC input or output of a Multi or Quattro. These values can then be displayed and sent to the VRM-website by the Color Control. The two measurement wires can be connected to the AUX and/or temperature sense input of a Multi or Quattro.
Use the Victron AC Current sensor to measure and visualize the solar production of a PV Inverter. The measurements will be visible on the GX device and on the VRM Portal. The sensor is a simple external current sensor, which measures AC Current. Together with the voltage measurements is calculated into Apparent Power (VA) and Energy (kWh). The sensor can be wired to either the AUX input or the Temperature-input of Multi and Quattro inverter/chargers. The AC Current Sensor is one out of multiple options to visualize the solar yield in a Victron system.
Multi and Quattro hardware requirements:
1. The Multi or Quattro needs to have the new microprocessor: make sure that the 7 digit firmware version number, as written on the microprocessor, starts with 26 or 27. Old, and therefore incompatible, control boards will have a firmware version starting with 19 or 20.
2. The TEMP-sense input of all Multi’s and Quattro’s is suitable for the AC Current Sensor.
3. The AUX-input however is not, see serial number list below to check your hardware.
4. The Multi or Quattro needs to be connected on the VE.Bus port of the Color Control GX: readout will not work when connected on the VE.Can port using a VE.Bus to VE.Can interface cable.